Vol. 6, Issue 6, Part B (2018)
Taxonomical study and medicinal uses of some oil yielding plant species of sambalpur sadar range of sambalpur south forest division, Odisha
Author(s): JN Mendali and LM Behera
Abstract: Taxonomical and ethnobotanical study was carried out during 2011- 2016 in Sambalpur Sadar range of Sambalpur South Forest Division, Sambalpur, Odisha. The study was undertaken in the locality due to its diversified topography and tropical moist deciduous forest in some places providing the most congenial condition for the luxuriant growth of plants. During the survey a number of plant species were collected. Among these some oil yielding plants have been reported and discussed with the local inhabitants. The paper reports 10 numbers of oil yielding plants belonging to 8 families. The tribals and other rural people of the locality use the plants for various purposes including medicine. The study was focused on identifying plants, their habit and habitat, flowering and fruiting period and medicinal uses. The data was collected through interview and questionnaires.
How to cite this article:
JN Mendali and LM Behera. Taxonomical study and medicinal uses of some oil yielding plant species of sambalpur sadar range of sambalpur south forest division, Odisha. International Journal of Herbal Medicine. 2018; 6(6): 92-95.